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Discussion in 'Nuttin' but Net' started by LetItFly, Nov 18, 2013.
Preliminary report from Gator Radio is that he has a sprained ankle. Lets hope he is not out long.
Injury bug is biting hard
They won't have a clue until x-rays are done.
High ankle sprain, according to BD.
Arrghh... high ankle sprains are the ones that can end your season. I had one once. It's much worse than your garden-variety ankle sprains.
I have an intense dislike for whoever the joker was who cut in front of hill....
So does Wilbekin come back next game? Has to make it tempting for Donovan.
Out at least a month per BD :sad:
So sorry to hear about Kasey. I know the medical staff at UF is top notch. I wish him nothing but the best.
Wasn't MTSU a tourney team? I think that could be a potential upset if we are without a point guard. The offense was painful without hill
It ain't fair I tell you. WTF with injuries to key players
And not a thrill to watch with him. There's no spacing. We have one shooter and two guys who can create. Hill was one of them.
A month without Hill. Some tough times ahead
Well, if you have to miss a month during the season, this is the best time. Not exactly a silver lining, but it's all I got right now.
I think you have to. We have no point guard
Yep, rather lose him now than in February or March.
if it is a high ankle sprain without a fracture, I will be thrilled. Hopefully we get Wilbekin back by FSU and Hill is fully healthy by the conference schedule. We will lose some games we might win otherwise in December, but that's just the reality of scheduling tough competition. This season is starting to remind me of 2000-01, when we were snake-bitten with injuries to key players (Dupay, Hamilton, Wright), but nevertheless won the league.
As long as we don't go losing to teams like the one tonight and really hurt our resume
Losses are fine, they just can't be bad ones
Not only is this bad from the injury standpoint itself, the added lost time of playing and gaining experience is going to be a negative factor also.